Wendy Wolff Susco  July 20 2018

Wendy Wolff Susco July 20 2018

Obituary for Wendy Wolff Susco Wendy Wolff Susco died, on July 20, 2018, after struggling with MS for many years. Wendy was born June 24, 1944 and grew up in Cheshire CT, graduating from Cheshire High School as valedictorian. She received her undergraduate degree from Smith College in North Hampton MA, and then received her JD from the University of Connecticut, where she was elected as the first female Editor of the Law Review. After graduation, Wendy became a member of UCONN Law School’s faculty, and then joined Connecticut General Life Insurance Company as a corporate attorney. Wendy was appointed to the Connecticut Permanent Commission on the Status of Women, and became chairperson in 1981. In 1982, Governor William O’Neil appointed Wendy as Judge of the Connecticut Superior Court, where she served for over 30 years before her retirement. Wendy was predeceased by her husband Jack Susco and is survived by her brothers, William A. Wolff (wife, Jane) and Jonathan H. Wolff (wife, Yoshie). and William’s children, nephew, Gregory Wolff and niece, Stephanie Vasiljevs. Services will be private. To send flowers or a memorial gift to the family of Wendy Wolff Susco please visit our Sympathy Store.

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Wendy Wolff Susco July 20 2018. Molloy Funeral Home

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